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|Studio album by|
|Released||July 19th, 1994|
|Studio||Bearsville Studios, Bearsville, NY|
|Paula Cole chronology|
Harbinger is singer–songwriter Paula Cole's debut album. It was originally released through Imago Records but just months after its release the company folded, therefore promotion for Harbinger was almost non-existent. A video was shot for the first single "I Am So Ordinary" and is available on iTunes. There were two different covers for the album, which was eventually re-released by Warner Brothers, who picked up Cole's contract in 1995 after absorbing Imago when it folded.
All tracks composed by Paula Cole
- "Happy Home"
- "I Am So Ordinary"
- "Saturn Girl"
- "Watch the Woman's Hands"
- "Black Boots"
- "Oh John"
- "Our Revenge"
- "Dear Gertrude"
- "Hitler's Brothers"
- "She Can't Feel Anything Anymore"
- "Garden of Eden"
- "The Ladder"
- Released singles included, "I Am So Ordinary" and "Bethlehem".
- Kevin Barry - acoustic guitar, high-string guitar
- Paul Bushnell - bass
- Jay Bellerose - drums, instruments [box]
- Gerry Leonard - acoustic guitar, electric guitar, E-Bow, Allen guitar, Leslie guitar
- Mark Hutchins - hihat, programming, tambourine, handclaps
- Erik Friedlander - cello
- Juliet Hafner - viola
- Laura Seaton - violin
- Mary Rowell - violin
- Eileen Ivers - violin
- Paula Cole - vocals, keyboards
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